Just look at the similarities:
Both involve peanut manufacturing plants in rural Georgia;
Both involve salmonella-contaminated peanut butter.
Both investigations revealed prior positive results of salmonella contamination which were not disclosed to the FDA.
Both investigations revealed rat, rodent, and insect infestation of the production plants.
Both investigations revealed severely leaking roofs at each plant.
Both sickened 700 American citizens (PCA also killed 9).
So what ever happened to ConAgra?
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A worse fate awaits PCA. PCA is out of business. Stuart Parnell, PCA's owner, is facing criminal charges for shipping salmonella-contaminated product across the country. The Hartford Insurance company (PCA's insurer) is faced with numerous lawsuits seeking all $24 million in Hartford's insurance proceeds.